She’s an investor in real estate, tech sector and lifestyle brands.
When she’s not writing or working, she's happily doting over her husband of twelve years, Keith (and sometimes manages to do all three simultaneously).
Each of these anniversary ideas will put a smile on his face.
But, you can't pop into the mall and pick up the first boring shirt and cliché card that catches your eye!
A significant anniversary calls for a thoughtful gift that will resonate with your man.
Make it something that shows him how you feel about him and that celebrates the good times you've already had and those that are to come.
Pull out the good china and linens, light a few candles, and pour glasses of champagne.
Or, pack up the meal, grab a blanket and set out for a picnic in a lovely, private spot.2.
Make Him A Gift Using your time and talents to create a special gift is the ultimate token of affection.If you already have a crafty hobby, such as jewelry making, scrapbooking or sewing, pull out your supplies and do your best work for this special occasion.Or, put your artistic talents to work to create a painting, sketch or sculpture.Have you ever been just a couple days away from your wedding anniversary and trying to figure out what meaningful gift you can get…inexpensively? But have no fear, you (and I) never have to go through that again. Feel free to borrow these ideas and make them your own. Then I took a piece of paper and “aged” it with coffee and tea grounds.Yesterday, we posed a simple question to Happy Wives Club members on our Facebook Community page: What is the most creative anniversary gift you (and/or your husband) has ever given for less than ? When it dried, I printed a poem I wrote on it, burned the edges to make it look OLD, rolled it up, tied it with a red ribbon, and put it in the bottle. For our first anniversary (which is traditionally the paper anniversary), I took sand from Lake Michigan (where my husband was born) and put it in an old bottle with a stopper top.